Blade Length 3.5
Overall Length 8.5
Closed Length 5
Weight (oz) 4.9
Source Previously owned
Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip
Blade Material Unknown
Blade Details Drop Point, Sheepsfoot
Handle Material G10, Metallic
Other Details Tactical
About the Maker
"I am a folder maker. While there will always be the occasional fixed blade, folders are my passion. The steels I enjoy working with include CPM154, ATS-34, 440C, S30V, and Stainless Damascus from Devin Thomas. All of the metal parts on my knives that can be Titanium are Titanium including frames, liners, thumbstuds, bolsters, clips and spacers. Pretty much everything except for the blade. I often anodize a substantial portion of my titanium, and can get a deep green that few makers succeed at. As far as handle materials go, I mostly use Carbon fiber, G10, or Micarta. I use large bronze pivot bushings in all of my folders, and either Nylatron or Bronze washers. All of my parts are made in-house except the screws. I have an old Bridgeport Mill, an older Logan Lathe (1943), a Hardcore grinder, and various other tools, lots of them made by myself. I also do all of my own Heat treating in an EvenHeat Oven." My knives have won several major awards, including Best Tactical Folder at the Blade Show 2011.
NADEN Knives (North America & DENmark) is a collaboration between Brian Fellhoelter and Mikkel Willumsen.
My name is Mikkel Willumsen. Beside playing music all my life (sing,Playing The blues Harp and Congas and all kinds of percussion) I am a Pro custom knife maker for 10 years located in the heart of Copenhagen in Denmark. I graduated in 2000 as teacher in metal and woodwork, and decided after my graduation that knife making should be my future. I already got the interest for knives as a child and collected many different kinds of knives back then. I am specialized in folding knives, fixed blades and balisongs. Further to these items I make kitchen knives. I am primarily influenced by design,that is function and quality based, therefore I use the best material for my knives. The style is tactical and I use the name Urban Tactical for my work. I get my inspiration from classical designs mixed with modern tactics. To give you an idea one of my customers told me recently that my knives look like a Hummer and are built like a tank!